Un reciente documental de la BBC sobre el primer ministro indio Narendra Modi, censurado por el gobierno, está siendo proyectado por organizaciones de estudiantes en varias partes del país.
India’s Narendra Modi government is seeking to introduce amendments to existing procedures that will weaken regulations to protect the environment
The hundreds of thousands of people who are on the streets of India every day are not only angry about the divisive citizenship law but also the arrogance of the government and the disastrous way in which it has managed the economy
This display of hubris shows how far the ruling far-right wing Bharatiya Janata Party and its leadership has become disconnected from the people
The recent discriminatory Citizenship Amendment Bill passed by the Indian parliament and the National Register of Citizens associated with it are part of the Hindu nationalist agenda whose proponents have always admired Nazi Germany for its racist policies
The new Industrial Relations Code changes forever the security of having a job. Now employees will be at the mercy of employers
The remarks by the consul general of India in New York, Sandeep Chakravorty, come at a time when there is growing ideological and political convergence between the Hindutva regime in India and the Zionist regime in Israel
The critics of this system point out that it legitimises the role of big money in elections and destroys any possibility of transparency in political funding.
Peoples Dispatch talk to president of New Delhi based Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students’ union, Aishe Ghosh about the struggle against fees hike.
At a national convention on September 30, 10 central trade unions called for a countrywide strike on January 8 against the anti-worker labor reforms that are being introduced by the Narendra Modi government
Thousands of workers gather at New Delhi’s Parliament street on September 30 to join the trade unions’ convention against the attack on working class in India.
They are opposing Indian government’s decision to allow foreign companies’ entry into the sector